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September 28, 2005
Spiffing up Wikis
TechCrunch writes about JotSpot Live-- the improvements JotSpot made to its Wiki technology to make Wikis even easier to use. JotSpot Live allows more than one person to work on a Wiki at a time and doesn't require knowledge of Wiki code.
Wiki has lots of potential for corporate collaboration, as BW's Rob Hof wrote a year ago about JotSpot when the company launched with the hopes of providing technology people can use to "to quickly write customized Web programs for managing customer support, tracking job candidates, and the like. Think of it as do-it-yourself software.
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? JotSpot Live - Wikis are getting easier from TomorrowConnecting.biz
If there’s any major weakness to wikis, at least from the point of view of applying them in the corporate context, it’s the fact that you have to learn a bit of wiki code before you can really exploit them. JotSpot is addressing that hind... [Read More]
Tracked on October 3, 2005 03:50 PM
Jot has pretty good tech. I've been using their older offering for a while, and like it - signed up for the new one but haven't had much chance to play with it yet.
Posted by: Greg Burton at September 28, 2005 01:15 PM